On my Asus motherboard I have no wire3d connectivity, when I try to troubleshoot I am constantly told that a “network cable is unplugged”. The module wont get inserted at more than Mbps when it shouldve been at 1Gbps Give a man a fish, feed him for a day Teach a man to fish, feed him for life. I use Debian rather than Mandrake, so I can’t help you with how that’s done. When reading the instructions which are pretty bad for non-linux people it meantions modprobe snd-xxxx where xxxx is the name of the card. Anyway, I wanted to tell NeoGeo that I got the driver working right away, after compiling it and inserting the module 3c If your cables are not, so to speak, single run cables – one cable from end to end, replace them.
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This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. I’ve been reading about command line manuals and stuff but haven’t 33c940 real far yet.
Using the sk98lin module from stock Mandrake 9. Message 5 of The monitor is able to display 1.
3Com Gigabit LOM (3C940), list of drivers
If you want the most recent driver, check out SysKonnect’s driver at http: Message 6 of Shutting down interface eth0: One question – are you making your own cables? I installed Mandrake Linux 9.
Good luck, Hans N. I checked the cables and they are all cat5e.
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Message 1 of At first sight – everything seems to work fine, but if I connect to the server via samba and copying a file from the server to my windows client – it takes about 30 seconds for a 1 MB file! I am almost in heaven! Visit the following links: Find More Posts by candyman Message 14 of I would try different gigabit card and just see the issue. What’s the difference, and is it really necessary for an average home?
WNR Won’t Connect with 3Com Gigabit LOM (3C – NETGEAR Communities
Free yourself from distributions! I’m using the 2. This is where the kernel module loader will look for it.
So I got it working, but i have the problem others are having I haven’t checked other sites. So I plug in the WNR and wireless works just lmo.
If this seems reasonable, go to the driver files supplied by 3Com and issue a simple “make” I guess you’ve done all this already? Here is how i inserted the module[[ insmod lo Bringing up loopback interface: For what it’s worth, shielded cable is not a requirement for gigabit ethernet – CAT5e is adequate loom most installations, yours appears to residential, so unless you have an unusual residence with high levels of RF, I would stick with the CAT5e.
Couldn’t get the Network figured out until I hit this post for a smilar motherboard. Network connects just fine. Message 13 of I first thought they used the acenic driver and recompiled my 2.
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